Exploring Durdle Door
IT WAS THE STORM NOONE EVER SAW COMING…
Location: Dorset, England
My step-cousin Kelsey and I decided to take a day trip down to Dorset on the Jurassic Coast of England to visit the famed Durdle Door; a natural limestone arch which looks like a doorway out to sea. Its quite picturesque and we couldn’t have asked for better weather. England was really dishing out the sunshine and soon the surrounding beach was speckled white and red with the bare gleaming flesh of overerexposed English people.
We visited the nearby village which was serving over priced, poor quality food but the ten minute queue to be served made the rock solid fish and chips covered in inedible batter all the more worthwhile.
However, despite the food and hordes of people who had had the same idea as Kelsey and I, the views from some of the raised hill areas was indeed quite pretty. The best part (in my book) was when a severe mist storm dramatically rolled in over the ocean heading towards us as break-neck speed, covering the whole of Durdle Door in a blanket of thick white fluff. I captured some of the storm rolling on on film and I grinned with excitement as half clothed tourists and day-trippers stumbled for cover from the pirate ships that would inevitably follow….
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